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Victoria Jardine

Partner

Partner in the governance, funding and corporate team

My role

I am a member of the team that delivers corporate, governance, regulatory and charity law advice to housing associations, charities and not-for-profit businesses. I work particularly closely with boards and executive teams on their strategy and direction. I also deliver major projects such as stock transfers, group structures and mergers, corporate and funding structuring for business growth, governance reviews, joint ventures and collaborations between organisations.

My experience

I spent the first years of my career as a corporate lawyer specialising in private equity. Since joining Anthony Collins Solicitors in 2004, I’ve used my corporate and commercial expertise and experience to support our housing and third sector clients across a wide range of projects including strategy and direction, governance reviews, stock transfers, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions and group structures.

‘Victoria Jardine is excellent – commercial and pragmatic while always keenly focused on achieving the right outcomes for her clients.’ Legal 500, 2021

“Victoria Jardine is an excellent leader whose approach is both professional and pragmatic, with a clear focus on delivering her clients’ objectives.” “She is pragmatic and commercial.” Chambers and Partners, 2021

My specialisms

  • Corporate governance, regulation and charity law
  • Strategic support for boards and executive teams
  • Group structures, mergers and joint ventures

Blog


My latest articles

The Social Housing Reform Bill 2022
The Social Housing Reform Bill 2022

The Charter for Social Housing Tenants was published nearly 18 months ago and since then, we’ve witnessed a slow but steady procession of legislation before Parliament

MHCLG letter to tenants
MHCLG letter to tenants

On 18 May 2020, the Ministry of Housing Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) wrote to all social housing residents in England (residents).

Governing in uncertain times
Governing in uncertain times

Housing associations must continue to deliver core functions effectively and compliantly notwithstanding the uncertainty over the standards to which you will be held in the future.

Partnership potential
Partnership potential

Joint ventures present an opportunity for housing associations to build organisational capacity, the revenues from which could help deliver on wider social housing commitments.

Show me the money

Final proposals are to be published by October, with April 2015 as the earliest date for the introduction of fees. Summary of proposals The discussion paper’s key points are: The […]

A new direction for regulation

In the past, the Housing Corporation/HCA has supported RPs that may otherwise be stricken, primarily by increasing grant rates. But with the government only part-way towards its debt-reduction target and […]

Goodbye ringfencing & living wills – Hello risk management & asset registers

The key revised changes are: Robust and effective risk management approaches built around “multi-variate” stress testing that should be live tools for RPs as they pursue their businesses. Boards will need […]

Getting fit for the new Regulatory Framework: Board/Executive Training

The package will include a 2-3 hour workshop providing relevant advice and guidance and practical examples to enable your Board Members and Executive Team to understand the implications of the new […]

Waiting (no longer) to exhale – the HCA publishes the outcome of consultation on the new Regulatory Framework

Many of the proposals set out in the 2014 consultation (see our e-briefing on this here) have been carried through into the new Regulatory Framework documents, which will take effect […]